BRESD^-BAN C1LE5DAB. i 5.—The same; but at night 10. Jt-th Badi 1L—-Ras 3IandaL 11. Jeth Sudi 5.—Jal Jainu On the full moon of Jeth, Gaj-graha ka mela.* representation of a fight between aa elephant and a crocodile in the tank at the back of the Seth's- temple* Asdrh (June—July). 12. Asdrh Svdi 2,—Rath Jatra, The god's collation, or bhog, consists or this day only of mangoes, jdman fruit and chand. 13. Asdrh full mom*—Dhlo dhlo ka mela at Madan Mohan, followed by the Paraa Pariksha. Srdran (Jnly—-August}* 14. Srdcan Badi 5.—Badha Baman Ji ka dhlo dhio. Mourning for the death of G-osain Gopal Bhattj the founder of the temple. 15. Srdmn Badi 8.—Gokulanand ka dhio dhio. Mourning for the death of Grosain Gokulanand. 18. Srdvan Sudi 3.—Hindol? or Jhiil-Jatra. Swinging festival 17. Srdmn Sudi 9.—Fair at the Brahin Kund. 18. Srdtan Sudi 11.—Pavitra-dharan, or presentation of Brahmanical threads. 19. Srdvan full TOOOJI*—Fair at the Gyan-gadari. Bhddon (August—September.) 20. BJtddon l$adi 8.—Janin Ashtami. Krishna's hirthday. 21. BMdon I$adi 9.—Climbing a greasy pole, which is set up outside the temple of Rang Jiy with a dhoti; a lota, five sers of sweetmeats, and Us. 5 on the top, for the mnn who can succeed in getting them. This takes place in the after- room. In the evening, the Nanclotsay, or festival in honour of Handa, is held at the Sringar-bat? and continued through the night with music and dancing- 22. BMdon Sudi 8.— Ashtami Badha's Mrfhday, A large assemblage alsa at the Manni Das ki tatti by the Nidh-ban, in honour of a saint •who a T0w of perpetual silence. 23» Sudi 11.—Jal JhoM meiaj or Karwatni,i the taming of the in Ms four months' sleep.